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adj in Chinese medicine, pertaining to either an abundance of heat energy, in conjunction with redness of face or to overstimulation in which case the face will be pale or greenish.

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Q. i have restless legs at night . could someone help me with what meds i should take

A. I suffered badly from RLS for several years. I then went to see a Neurologist about it. He prescribed a medication for the RLS, and within days the problem was gone. The sense of relief was amazing. However, one has to take the medicine all the time - if I forget to take mine, then the symptoms come back. Nevertheless, it is great to be completely free of the problem !

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References in classic literature ?
Magdalen, who was accustomed to pass the morning at the piano, wandered restlessly about the staircases and passages, and in and out of doors when there were glimpses of fine weather.
Copperfield,' he added, looking restlessly in at the door again, 'if Mr.
Now the veterans moved restlessly on their haunches, pushing their legs out and drawing them in again.
Then, breaking off restlessly, and smiling again, she said: "Oh, don't let us argue.
They ranged in height from three to four feet, and were moving restlessly about the enclosure as though searching for food.
The herd moved restlessly, prepared for fight, for the old bull had caught the scent of man.
The maids were still breathing, but more restlessly, and I fancied that the narcotic was wearing off.
A curious crowd lingered restlessly, people coming and going but the crowd remaining, both on the Chobham and Horsell bridges.
Villefort, while turning restlessly on the cushions, felt something press against him.
It surely could not be Arthur, who was opening and shutting it so often, moving so restlessly about, and muttering like the soliloquy of a tragedy-queen!
How strongly did these forebodings spring up in my mind as I lay restlessly upon a couch of mats surrounded by the dimly revealed forms of those whom I so greatly dreaded!
Newman wandered away into the village again, and walked about restlessly for two or three hours.